The Benefits and Challenges of an Interfaced Electronic Health Record and Laboratory Information System: Effects on Laboratory Processes.

@article{Petrides2017TheBA,
  title={The Benefits and Challenges of an Interfaced Electronic Health Record and Laboratory Information System: Effects on Laboratory Processes.},
  author={Athena K. Petrides and Ida Bixho and Ellen M. Goonan and David Westfall Bates and Shimon Shaykevich and Stuart R. Lipsitz and Adam B. Landman and Milenko Tanasijevic and Stacy E. F. Melanson},
  journal={Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={141 3},
  pages={
          410-417
        }
}
CONTEXT - A recent government regulation incentivizes implementation of an electronic health record (EHR) with computerized order entry and structured results display. Many institutions have also chosen to interface their EHR with their laboratory information system (LIS). OBJECTIVE - To determine the impact of an interfaced EHR-LIS on laboratory processes. DESIGN - We analyzed several different processes before and after implementation of an interfaced EHR-LIS: the turnaround time, the… CONTINUE READING

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